Question about 2006 Chrysler 300
These vehicles require a special dipstick tool at dealer or trans shop may have one..trans has a removable plug in tube..requires dealership or trans shop to check
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That may be the transaxle i.e. transmission warning light. First step is to check the fluid level. Follow instructions on the dipstick. If fluid is ok, and light is still on, have someone pull the computer codes. Most parts stores can do this, usually for free. However, a dealer or good transmission shop can tell you exactly why the light is on, but they will charge you for that.
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